LISTEN: Can Israeli Climate Tech Undo Decades of Neglect?

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LISTEN: Can Israeli climate tech undo decades of neglect?
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Haaretz’s Ruth Schuster joins host Simon Spungin to discuss the United Nations Climate Change Conference taking place in Glasgow, Scotland – to which Israel has sent a 120-member delegation headed by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.

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We ask: Following a scathing state comptroller’s report into Israel’s “utter failure” to prepare for the climate emergency, can climate tech mitigate decades of neglect?

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